Very few people in the world can say that they have witnessed the wonders that lie deep beneath the ocean surface first hand. Thats about to change as Arts Commons presents National Geographic Live: Blue Ocean with Sylvia Earle at Jack Singer Concert Hall.
On Sunday, October 25 and Monday, October 26, meet Dr. Sylvia Earle, a true pioneer of underwater exploration—and dive with her to some of the deepest places on the planet. Dr. Sylvia Earle has been named a “living legend” by the Library of Congress and the first “Hero for the Planet” by Time magazine. This amazing event will allow audience members to gain a unique insight into Dr. Earle’s experiences during the 7,000 hours she has spent underwater.
This two day event is an amazing chance to have a world-renowned oceanographer take you on an unparalleled voyage of discovery beneath the salty waves of Earth, and reveal the new technologies that will power the future of underwater exploration. Tickets are limited so be sure to get yours as soon as you can.
Where: Jack Singer Concert Hall, Arts Commons, 205 8th Avenue SE
When: Sunday, October 25 (2:00 PM) and Monday, October 26 (7:00 PM)
Cost: $29 – $69